Question about Koss KS3102 System
I have a kenwood sorround sound that i just got from a friend. i hooked it up and it worked realy good.. i wanted to hook up a nother speaker and when i did that i touched the 2 speaker wires together and i blew the fuse. so i toook it apart and wraped the fuse with a piece of aluminalfoil and put it bak together becuas.e i did not have any fuses.. i pluged it in the wall and it started smokin so i unpluged it real fast and left it unpluged for a few minutes and pluged it back up and it came on but there is no sound.. everything works but u cant hear no sound wat so ever.. i need some help cause i have no clue wat im doing
Never bridge a fuse in your life again this is the wrongest thing to do.. Check first there should be IC's skrewed onto a heatsink, some surrounds uses Transistors you should be able to see the burnt ic it will be cracked or burnt, replace that replace fuse if fuse still blow then replace all the ic's on heatsink..
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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